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The famous chef Albert Raurich, responsible for the delights of the restaurant two sticks, He has opened a new restaurant in Barcelona, where revive forgotten recipes of the past and the present suit gastro-historical excursus, so that everyone could feel myself on, How to eat in ancient times, the ancestors of the Europeans.

Why not bring back popular in the Middle Ages goodies, as, eg, свиные сосочки? Они считались настоящим деликатесом и теперь их можно отведать в Верхнем Равале на модной улице Doctor Dou наряду с рыбным соусом гарум, which was an indispensable ingredient in ancient Rome. No wonder Raurich about ten years at El Bulli, world famous gastro-lab. Now he is subject to any experimentation and imagination has no limits.

very bright, powerful, unusual and at times even harsh taste of dishes make the restaurant Dos Pebrots risky place for gourmets, who are looking for something out of the ordinary and are tired of the typical tapas snacks. The menu Roman omelette with pine nuts, assorted smoked fish of different species, kulan of blood sausage, oxtail, black onion, vegetables Neapolitan. Coffee prescription Marie Antoinette with pork broth and cream Catalana a hair's breadth as it was prepared in the XVII century, with honey, ginger and rice starch. Also sweet flan in the menu with black pepper and Roman pears in wine.

Dishes cost between 4 to 10 €, average bill per person with wine 40 €, There are two versions of the tasting menu for 40 or 60 €. To observe the process of preparation we recommend to sit at the bar. A table is better to book in advance.

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Average check: €€€
Address: Carrer Doctor Dou, 19
Metro station: Catalonia, Liceu
Phone: +34 938 539 598
Working hours:

From Wednesday to Sunday 13-00 to 23-00

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